Monthly Archives: December 2022

Comparing our performance

I felt this tweet from Charlyn Partridge deep in my gut: Measuring up performances is an unavoidable and often odd thing among humans. Largely it comes down to what we’ve set as the benchmark. When we’re assessing our own performance, … Continue reading

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Funding for early-career NIH grantees experiencing critical life events

If you have (or are applying for) an NIH individual K award or your first NIH R01 (or R01-equivalent), you should know about this pair of funding opportunities! Transitions from K to R and from first R01-equivalent to first renewal … Continue reading

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